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During the summer you will find our tourist information in the shop of the toy museum Lekoseum. Here we can help and guide you to many relaxing, interesting and unique adventures, and much more. Our friendly staff will welcome you!
Adress: Briogatan 1, Osby — Opening hours: Daily from 10.00 to 17.00 during the period 25.6. - 24.8.
Outside of this period, there is information material in Osby municipality's contact centre at Västra Storgatan 35. Opening hours: Monday-Thursday 08.00-16.30 and Friday 08.00-16.00.
Welcome to the well-known and appreciated Lekoseum, which is located in the centre of Osby. You will find it easily, no matter if you are coming by car or by train. The toy museum is in easy reach from the railway station.
Lekoseum offers a lot of activities for children - delighting both big and small. And great toys of course - not only to play with but also to recall old times.
Welcome to four phantastic family activities. Between 6/25 and 8/26 2018 you can buy a family ticket for 780 kr. The ticket includes the entrance to four very appreciated tourist attractions:
Fishing enthusiasts, vacationing in Osby, need no longer try out to catch a whopper pike in unknown waters. The fishing guide Mikael Ekstrand got his first pike at the age of seven and will guide you to largely unknown forest lakes with very low fishing pressure. His speciality is kayak fishing. This opens up undreamt-of possibilities to reach not accessible shallow coves in the wilderness. Of course you can also fish in a group from an ordinary boat and increase your chances to catch something big.
You make use of the right of public access when you go for a walk in the forest, paddle a kayak, go climbing or just sit on a rock and think. Usually it is completely natural for us. In order for everyone to enjoy nature, we need to take care of nature and wildlife and show consideration for landowners and others who are outdoors. We can sum this up with the phrase ”Don’t disturb – don’t destroy”.